SHE'S LITHE: ELIZABETH CAMPBELL 9 Oct 2016
What brought you to Lithe in the first place? I’ve been Lithing since 2008. I was working out with a trainer and was bored with the gym, so I checked out Lithe after reading a review online. My first impression was that the workouts were tougher than I expected and the class variety was spot-on for hitting the perfect combination of cardio and sculpting throughout the week. I keep coming back for the challenging workouts (no easier more than eight years later!) and the community of women.
What motivates you to stay consistent with Lithing? Different life factors over the years, including staying fit through my pregnancies and then trying to get back to pre-baby fitness levels keep me consistent. Most recently, my monthly membership. It keeps me hitting my weekly and monthly goal for total classes, which inspires me to get enough sleep (and not drink too much wine on weeknights!) to get to the 6AM classes.
What do you do to de-stress on the weekends? Hanging with my daughters and husband and our awesome group of friends, going to the local farmers' market, trips to Brigantine, and organizing my life. Starting the week with my life in order is the best de-stresser I know.
What is the most rewarding aspect of Lithe to you? The results. And committing (mostly) consistently over the past eight years.
If you were a Lithe move, which would you be and why? Side planks – and right now, I’m loving the side balance work in Thigh High. Those moves take strength and balance, which are motivating factors in my life.
What do your friends and/or family think you do when you're at the studio? My daughters say that I go to the Lithe to get strong. I agree! They love to side plank and plyos.
What is the first concert you went to? Cindy Lauper. My sister and I wore side ponies and leg warmers. It’s one of my favorite pics ever!
If you were stranded on a desert island, what are the three products you'd need to survive? My electric toothbrush, sunscreen (I’d have third degree burns in a matter of minutes without it), and my iPhone, with a solar charger and service, of course.